DP2M In Perspective

Started Jan 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
richard stone
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Re: DP2M In Perspective
In reply to jcollier, Jan 23, 2013

jcollier wrote:

Actually, the point is to understand the limitations of one's equipment and how to maximize its capabilities for the intended purpose. It seems that many people on the forum are consumed by analyzing imperfections of the tools rather than going out and using them to make great images. My Galaxy S2 phone camera takes good pictures. There are many cameras that can make great images if you know how to use them. "Learning" is a work in progress.

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jcollier

Thanks. Yes, exactly.

It's a choice whether to accept the limitations of a camera if you feel you feel you want to use it for a specific use, as compared to some other camera. And clearly learning is part of the process too.

Many people are praising Sigma for having produced the most recent batch of cameras. Even if they are imperfect and limited. And, for those who don't like the the Sigma cameras or think the camera/sensor doesn't really matter, buy and use a different brand of camera, if you think that's best for you.

Richard

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